Tag Archives: Cathedral

My Decorating Trends Inspired By South Tyrol

Italy-South-Tyrol-Interiors-Trends-Mountain-1-Photo ©Mademoiselle Le K    Italy-South-Tyrol-Interiors-Trends-Mountain-2A-Photo ©Mademoiselle Le K    Italy-South-Tyrol-Interiors-Trends-Mountain-5-Photo ©Mademoiselle Le K

Trends Inspired By The Alps

Christmas soon, here are some details and ideas to borrow from the South Tyrolean! Plus the local organic cosmetics: Trehs. I discovered this brand at the Vigilius Mountain Resort (last picture). What a fancy christmas log!

Pictures above: heart for curtain (picture 1) and ceiling covered with antlers (picture 2) in the restaurant of the Golf & Spa Resort Andreus.

Pictures below: home sweet home of Heidi. So real one of the Schloss Hotel Korb suite (photo 4). And picture 5: the old mural of the Cathedral of San Paolo.

Italy-South-Tyrol-Interiors-Trends-Mountain-3-Photo ©Mademoiselle Le K    Italy-South-Tyrol-Interiors-Trends-Mountain-4-Photo ©Mademoiselle Le K    Italy-South-Tyrol-Interiors-Trends-Mountain-Organic-Cosmetics-Trehs-6-Photo ©Mademoiselle Le K


www.suedtirol.info & www.lufthansa.com   


Barcelona in 3 hours “for dummies” (lol)?

First stopover:

time to get out of the boat and leave the port area (by walk, really not my best idea!), it’s already been 2:30 pm (photo 2). My “first” time in Barcelona for 3 hours in the city only!

And I decided to discover the different areas by the Barcelona City Tour bus tour, the red tour which lasts 3:30 minimum! So be careful! 

You can get off the bus to take another one, as many times as you want during 24 or 48 hours and change the tour (red, green or blue). I need flexibility as an independent traveller.

Unfortunately I don’t have enough time

to go visiting some of the many sites. But I do an exception for La Pedrera, a house designed by the famous architect Gaudi (pictures 1 & 3).

I take this opportunity to run to another iconic work of Gaudi, the Sagrada Familia which I see as facades by lack of time (pictures 4). But the magic doesn’t operate, I don’t like the exterior details and the imposing porch 

I enjoyed more the quiet empty streets to get there. And I rush back to La Perdrera to jump in the bus, where I can see the facade of Casa Batllo (picture 5) of Gaudi.

Time flies: when finally I arrived at Las Ramblas, 

the area reminds me of New York: the rythm, crowd and major intersections (picture below). At the statue of Christopher Columbus stop, I jumped into a taxi to the Costa Neo Romantica.

In 15 mn, at 6:15 pm the boat leaves the port! Bye bye Barcelona, I will come back for sure. I have a mixed feeling of having seen all and nothing. I need to come back… To be continued, next stop in…

And today question is: if you had a 3 hours stopover in Barcelona, what would you do or visit?


Costa Cruises

Related posts : DESTINATIONS